If you wish to install Smart GWT into a pre-existing project, see the step- by-step setup .. Databound components provide you with both automatic and manual. apache ant (included in SGWTEE download). For ease of existing examples in the Feature Explorer are an excellent source of additional information. Exercise. On download of SmartClient / Smart GWT, you will notice that developer documentation in PDF and HTML The quick start guide is an interactive manual.
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Introduction to SmartGWT I recently started working with SmartGWT, The version I will be using for this tutorial is (download directly from. Create a simple HelloWorld SmartGWT project with Eclipse Kepler. This tutorial assume that you are using the following. * Eclipse EE. Install. This tutorial will give you a great understanding of GWT concepts needed to get a web application up and . Step 4 – Install GWT SDK & Plugin for Eclipse.
First we wanted to buy support for some hundred dollars we thought , but it costs approximately as much as the SmartGWT Power license itself. Sometimes bad forum support.
You get an answer to almost every posted question. But that answer often does not help. Promises to reduce boilerplate code because it automatically does the connection and integration to the database create, read, update, delete — that is true. But solely if you do not want to change anything and just use the basic behaviour. If I wanted to change just a small piece, I updated the automatically generated, huge XML mapping files or used setter-methods within the Java Code.
If I just re-generated the mapping file, custom changes e. I could not find a better way. You just have one more abstraction layer to learn.
That is no problem, if you just want to use the components. It is tougher, if you want to extend them.
Another myth is a worse performance because of this fact. The components are integrated in your web application easily. Your prototype is realized very fast with dummy data instead of a real datasource.
But the server-side integration is a lot of effort. We had a lot of problems to solve and workarounds to find. Of course, you also have problems with other frameworks, but you have public information to look at for solutions.
Finally, SmartGWT did not save any development time in my opinion!
It is used also for SetFilter , it is read from the first filter row in grid. See also cell CanFilter attribute. If set, the filter operator menu will contain also this list to let users to choose the rows to be the filter applied to.
If set to only one item any , the filter operator menu will contain the FilterDef values only as read only item, just show where the filter will be applied to. Item caption can be set for individual defaults by FilterMenuName.
If not set, the default Name is used. If set to 0 it filters by Enum string. If set to 1 it filters by Enum value, by key or index. To avoid problems with rounded values due format.
You can hide it to use only DefaultFilter and Defaults button to select one value or more value to filter the column by. By default is 0 for Bool, Enum and Radio types and 1 for all other types. For possible values see Filter attribute. It can define only menu attributes without Items e. MaxHeight , in this case the Items will be created for standard filter operators.
Testing PDF documents like a normal application in a dedicated PDF viewer with textual and graphical checks for individual elements. Tests can be implemented in Java or as scripts and run statically or dynamically in a 'live' SUT as an alternative to writing mocks. Support was added for headless web-testing using the headless versions of Chrome and Firefox. The QF-Test tutorial was rewritten from scratch. The re-implemented Quickstart Wizard combines a concise workflow with an improved design.
Attributes like the 'Condition' condition of an 'If' node which are evaluated by the Jython interpreter now have syntax highlighting and support for code completion. The command line argument -run now also works for interactive mode to directly start test-execution when running QF-Test.
There are new commands available for controlling QF-Test from the command line. The new batch argument -interruptRunningInstances can be used to suspend tests running in the local machine.
Similarly, -killRunningInstances will cleanly terminate running instances, including interactive ones, provided they were started with the argument -allowkilling.